Road-trip — II   Leave a comment

(I-35 in Oklahoma)

“On The Road Again”

First, a few additional words about our first day on the road-trip.  Leaving The Woodlands, after first stopping for Starbucks and a bagel, then gas, we were finally on the road for Oklahoma City (ended up being Norman).

In addition to taking photos, I’m working on my video skills by trying to get in a few clips now and then, like passing the Sam Houston monument and heading into rain.  With any degree of luck, I hope to have a DVD or something on YouTube to share after the trip.

We made Dallas in the expected timeline, with Denton our planned next stop.  As we headed north on I-35E, Virginia commented on the closeness of Fort Worth to Dallas.  I responded by telling her it was close, but not close enough for us to take in as we head north to Oklahoma City.  The details will have to wait, but for reasons I could have never guessed in a million years, Virginia got to see Fort Worth.  (Maybe the Road-trip video will go into the details.)

Day two was a nice drive through parts of Oklahoma and Kansas. (Photo to left taken at a Visitors Center in Ottawa Kansas) We are now in Kansas City, and you guess it, at another casino.  (I would only do this for the women I love!)

Tomorrow, we will head for St. Paul, where we will spend sometime with friends and relatives, before going into Wisconsin.

That’s it for now.

kenne

(Ameristar Casino in Kansas City)

Posted July 15, 2008 by kenneturner in Family, Friends

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